The family was listed as "black" in Baltimore Ward 2, Baltimore (Independent City), MD, 1870:
Henry Green 38
Julia Green 35
Thomas Green 12
Alice V Green 11
George W Green 9
Marcella Green 6
John W Green 4
Ella F Green 8/12
Francis A Perry 29 (yes, this may have been Julia's sister; or either one's sister-in-law, or niece, or cousin).
Source Citation: Year: Roll M593_571; Page: 383; Image: 748.
The family was also listed as "black" in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, 1880:
Henry GREEN, HOH, 46, b/m, Ship Carpenter
Julia, 45, wife, b/f
Thomas, 23, son, b/m
George W., 19, son, b/m
Marcella, 17, dtr, b/f
John W., 14, son, b/m
Samuel, 10, son, b/m
Melvinia, 6, dtr, b/f
Source Citation: Year: Roll T9_498; Family History Film: 1254498; Page: 408.3000; Enumeration District: 23; Image: 0077.
This is an interesting family in 1870 in the next ward over:
William Green 39 (Henry's brother?)
Lucy Green 36
William Green 12
Mary Green 9
Sophia Green 7
Henry Green 3
Sophia Green 55 (Henry's mother?)
Martha Jenkins 21 (Henry's married sister?)
Albert Jenkins 2 (child of Martha)
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Baltimore Ward 3, Baltimore (Independent City), MD; Roll M593_572; Page: 520; Image: 222.
By 1900, Henry appears to be found in Ward 3 with a younger wife named Annie, age 25, a and their year-old daughter, Ema. His occupation is "Ship Builder".
By 1910, Annie is widowed and childless, living with a Roudon/Routon family in Ward 9.
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Baltimore Ward 7, Baltimore (Independent City), Maryland; Roll T624_554; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 77; Image: 1094.